PANHE artwork (c) Drew Brophy - printed beautifully on a thick stock poster paper, sized 24" x 17" (For every poster purchased, 100% of the proceeds, minus shipping costs, go to the San Onofre Foundation to help with the work they are doing to protect Panhe)
PANHE is a sacred Native American land in San Clemente. Every year during Earth Day, there is a Panhe Earth Day Celebration held at the San Mateo Campground in San Clemente.
Panhe, which translates to “place by the water,” is an ancient Acjachemen village whose site is estimated to be about 9,500 years old. PANHE continues to be used as both a spiritual and ceremonial site.
Each year during Panhe Celebration, the natives from this land come together to share their ancient stories with the public, with the goal to inspire a love of the land and the desire to protect it, in everyone.
Last year, Drew painted his rendition of Panhe after attending the awesome event. Now, the San Onofre Foundation, who puts on the Panhe Celebration, is using the artwork for their posters and advertisements.